Is it gray or grey?
i say gray...
It depends on which country, in England it is spelled "grey" but in America we spell it "gray".
either is okay. they both mean the same thing. :)
Pronounced gray, spelled grey.
On a crayon it says gray.
I say grey..
Gray... ? :)
Both of the above.
gray c: ( my guess ._. )
If it's gray you're in America, and if it's grey your someplace in the commonwealth...)
Gray = American (USA and other places) Grey = Canada and some other places
The color ( gray ) the name ( grey )
Gray unless you are British.
Both is right, depending on how you use them!
I've always spelled it 'grey', but I believe you can put either or.
In America it's Gray in Europe it's grey(and Australia)
I spell it grey but on a crayon it's gray.
In America it's gray, in England it's grey.
Either one is acceptable.
I think it's gray. Nice question! :D
THE Ohio State Buckeyes are scarlet and gray.
If you live in canada it's grey if you lib in the USA it's gray
I say grey.
both are the correct way to spell it gray is the color and grey is the coat color of a horse or animal.
In Australia and England they say "grey" and in America they say "gray"
I spell it grey and im in U.S.A lol
both of them could be correct .for the appropriate form you could ask a Philologist
depends where you live in suriname we call it grey, but in some other country the call it gray..
its so simple but so hard